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Brooks

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    I am interested in and also collect Third Reich Tinnies of all types. I have also just started to collect postcards from the same era.

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  1. Try to find the 2 volume set of reference books by Reinhard Tieste. They are a tremendous source of information. You will never tire of looking thru them. He has a unique numbering system that makes things a lot easier for us all.You can get a good sence of the value of tinnies also as he lists prices in Euros.They are a little pricey although still well worth it in my opinion.
  2. .....You're off to a good start. A nice colorful one. Good luck and welcome. You will learn a lot here.
  3. HESSENLAND WANDERLAND DJH BROKEN PIN ON THE BACK, BUT FOR $3.75 I COULDN'T PASS IT UP !
  4. Good evening all, I finaly have gotten a few new Tinnies to share. Hofgeimar SA-Standarte167 21.Mai 1939
  5. Thank you. Very enlightening. A friend brought this back from Poland about two years ago. It was a freebe so I'm not to concerned about it. I've always had my doubts about it being an original however.Thanks again. It's always nice to have an "expert" opinion. Brooks
  6. I agree with your assement 100%. The Hamburg Tinnie is solid aluminum, and is non maker marked as I recall.
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